Watch Tisca Chopra share her casting couch experience in 'Reptile Dysfunction'

| Wednesday, August 10, 2016 - 21:04
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Watch Tisca in 'Reptile Dysfunction'

New Delhi: A new video has surfaced which has reportedly taken social media by storm. 'Reptile Dysfunction' an online video featuring the Bollywood actress Tisca Chopra is reportedly doing rounds on social media.

The video that was uploaded on 5th August has already crossed over 318,118 views. In the video, the 'Taare Zameen Par' actress Tisca Chopra is seen sharing her casting couch experiences.

In 'Reptile Dysfunction', Tisca is seen sharing her agonising experiences that she encountered with an influential Bollywood director when she was just a new comer in the industry. In the video, Tisca calls the director a ‘reptile' or 'RP'.

In a YouTube session with Kommune India, Tisca says her first film, 1993's ‘Platform’, “vanished without a trace and soon after, her dates diary looked like a barren desert.” At a loose end, Ms Chopra went on a break to Goa. And just when she was wondering whether she would ever get any work at all, she received a call from "a very, very famous producer and director."

In the video, Tisca admits that she took RP's words seriously. She also says that her friends were more than delighted to hear that she would star in this 'extravagant film.' A few friends also expressed concern as they believed that RP had a "scene" with all the actresses he worked with. A certain friend also told Ms Chopra that a director wanted her to accompany him on location hunting as he wanted "the script to penetrate every inch of her body."

To know more about Tisca’s casting couch experiences watch the video 'Reptile Dysfunction' which showcases the actor narrating her rib-tickling ‘affair’ with the casting couch.

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